Cedar fence boards – Concrete provides a cedar stand, with the support you need to hold a fence. It is always better to pour concrete during the construction of the fence, but work can also be done afterwards. A loose cedar fence post will cause additional stress on the other posts of the fence and should be fixed as soon as possible.
Dig the earth around the post of the existing cedar fence boards using a shovel. Unearth 8 inches of dirt all the way around the pole. Dig 4 inches below the bottom of the pole. Establish a spirit level at the top of the fence post and then have two people to raise the existing fence on both sides of the post until the message is level. Set up boards under the fencing strips on each side of the hole to hold the stall at this level.
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Mix premixed concrete with water in a 5 gallon bucket until it has the consistency of peanut butter. Fill the hole until the concrete reaches the top. Jab a stick up and down on the concrete to get it to be in the low post and inside the hole. Prop boards on each side of the cedar fence boards to keep the pole straight up and down while the concrete is set. The tables can be removed after 48 hours.